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Our Roots

Slabtown Cider Co. is rooted in the very foundation of its name. Our apple trees and rootstock were transplanted from Siloam Orchards - currently located northwest of Durham 8.

Founded in 2017, we are a family owned and operated cidery and orchard. We are located on the Oak Ridges Moraine just south of Uxbridge, surrounded by forest, trails and rolling fields. Over the next year, we will be working very hard to revitalize over 90 acres of fields into one of Canada’s largest collections of unique heritage heirloom apple cider varieties.

 

Why Slabtown? 

The Siloam hamlet was established in 1870 as Randallville because the Randall family once owned the property.  It was a sawmill settlement town with 10 houses, a post office and a school. It quickly became known as Slabtown because of the piles of wood slabs placed by the mill. Slabtown was one of those sawmill communities that grew up with the need for lumber, and then disappeared along with the supply of logs.

We have made it part of our mission to preserve the history of Slabtown and Siloam Orchards in the fields of Slabtown Cider Co.